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The castle itself is a moderately interesting museum. The gem is the Royal Chapel, which is fully painted in gorgeous polychrome scenes that were covered in plaster until the 20th century. Not to be missed.
Last time I went on tour of the castle was a few years ago. From the outside the building is really pleasant to the eye. It is located almost in the centre of the city, on a small rise. Its walls are bright and one...More
The castle dominates the skyline, although it is set a little lower than the Old Town. It is free to enter the courtyard where there is a most pleasant small cafe. The museum itself is interesting and evocative, with an interesting selection of firearms. The...More
We visited the Lublin Castle recently, only to learn that it was closed for a couple of days due to some festival. While we were unable to visit the rooms, we were able to walk around the interior courtyard. I'd love to go back to...More
You must see that Gothic interior covered with the Byzantine-Ruthenian polychromes. This the place where East and West really meet. Very spiritual and very beautiful. Worth visiting but try to plan your visit in advance - the museum has to limit the number of tourists...More
The chapel is astonishing. all those details almost overwhelm you and it is very well preserved. There is also information available in English with the explanation of every scene painted on the walls and ceiling. It is for sure a must do in the city...More